Is Sethrida Geagea stealing the lights of the presidential elections? or is she is just doing it to Lebanese POW post?
On both sides, she has her touch on the political scene, from a certain angle, that no one can deny.
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Future Tv reporter Joanna Nasr Ediine takes a Selfie photo with Lebanese member of parliament Sethrida Geagea, wife of presidential candidate Samir Geagea. A photo taken after the parliament failed on for the third week in a row to elect a new president, more than two weeks before the expiry of President Michel Suleiman’s tenure. (Chamoun Daher/Lebanese Forces) Supporters of the Lebanese Communist party perform a traditional dance as they take part in a May Day rally in Beirut . (ANWAR AMRO/AFP) Solidere and Beirut Jazz Festival presented the Beirut International Jazz Day in Uruguay street, Samir Kassir Square, with the Big Band and Lebanese National Conservatory and the Lebanese musician Charbel Rouhana, who performed his composition “Before Tuning”. (Bilal Jawich / Anadolu Ajansi) People attend a yoga class aimed at raising awarness and funds for children with Congenital Heart Disease, in the Lebanese capital. (ANWAR AMRO/AFP) Protesters gather outside the Lebanese parliament in Beirut ahead of the presidential vote to protest against the nomination of Lebanese Forces leader Samir Geagea. (Marwan Tahtah/Al-Akhbar) A fireman moves burnt-out branches following a fire in a pine forest near several villages in the southeastern outskirts of Beirut. The cause of the fire is unknown. (JOSEPH EID/AFP) 500 students from different schools in Tyre and its suburbs, participated in painting the Lebanese flag, which was considered the largest flag ever drawn by the hands of children in Lebanon, with a length of 230 meters and 70 cm in width, it was colored used 400 brushes and 69 kg of paint. After a long path of looking and searching in every small details of her memories for the past 25 year, Leila Nazem Roumieh finally found her lost father that left Lebanon in 1994 and disappeared since. She got a tip through an email of her father that he was living in the Colombian city of Bogotá. (Aljoumhouria) A migrant domestic worker model displays a creation in Beirut during a fashion show organized to raise awareness about the rights of migrant domestic workers in Lebanon. (ANWAR AMRO/AFP) Journalists and friends gathered at the Press Syndicate in Lebanon’s capital in solidarity with the editors of Al-Akhbar and Al-Jadeed who have been charged by the Special Tribunal for Lebanon with contempt and obstruction of justice. (Haitham Moussawi/Al-akhbar) Around 8,000 multinational runners participated in two races in downtown Beirut’s “Run Forward, Enough Going Backwards” women’s marathon on Sunday. The main goal of the race, now in its second year, was to empower women. (Beirut Marathon Association)